ManageEngine Invites Numara Users to Switch to ServiceDesk Plus - Free for a Year
Introducing “No Tomorrow for Numara?” program
February 06, 2012
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ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, introduced the “No Tomorrow for Numara?” program, which invites Track-It! and FootPrints users to switch to ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus, the ITIL-ready help desk software with asset management - free for one year.

In light of BMC’s proposed purchase of Numara, this program gives Numara users an alternative to acquisition uncertainties while driving down costs and delivering better value for their money.

"ServiceDesk Plus is praised by our users and the market as a top-tier help desk solution, both on-premise and in the cloud," said Arvind Parthiban, Sr. Product Marketer-ITSM for ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp.

"Acquisitions are inherently unsettling and raise questions about product pricing, on-going development and other core issues. 'No Tomorrow for Numara?' gives Numara customers a chance to try ServiceDesk Plus, free of charge for a year, and enjoy the stability of an established product that is continuously refined in response to customers' needs."

ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus is ITIL-ready service management software that includes incident, problem and change management with CMDB, including auto asset discovery and lifecycle management, knowledge base and self-service portal. More than 17,000 companies around the world already rely on this aggressively priced, integrated offering.

All Numara Track-It! and FootPrints customers are eligible to participate in the "No Tomorrow for Numara?" program. The heart of the program is a free, one-year license for ServiceDesk Plus to Numara users who demonstrate proof of purchase of Track-It! or FootPrints.

The "No Tomorrow for Numara?" program will remain open until March 31, 2012.

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